Designing Database Applications with Objects and Rules: The IDEA Methodology (Series on Database Systems and Applications)

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Master the latest advances in modern database technology with IDEA, a state-of-the-art methodology for developing, maintaining and applying database systems. The IDEA Methodology provides a coherent framework with which to exploit cutting-edge software engineering concepts and opens up database technology to the object-oriented and rule-based approach. This book takes the reader through the various stages of the Methodology, introducing the models and languages used, explaining the structured development process from analysis through to implementation and finally explaining how to put the Methodology to work. Features: *in-depth presentation of all the latest innovations in database desig *practical guidelines on how to put the IDEA Methodology to work on widely known commercial platform *an extensive running case study and numerous example *IDEA Web Lab offering a Java-enabled development environment to support users. Aimed at database systems analysts, designers, administrators, managers and consultants as well as students of advanced database courses, it assumes the reader is familiar with relational and object-oriented database concepts. Visit the IDEA Web site at

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This book takes the reader through the various stages of the Methodology, introducing the models and languages used, explaining the structured development process from analysis through to implementation and finally explaining how to put the Methodology to work.

Features:

  • in-depth presentation of all the latest innovations in database design
  • practical guidelines on how to put the IDEA Methodology to work on widely known commercial platforms
  • an extensive running case study and numerous examples
  • IDEA Web Lab offering a Java-enabled development environment to support users.

Aimed at database systems analysts, designers, administrators, managers and consultants as well as students of advanced database courses, it assumes the reader is familiar with relational and object-oriented database concepts.



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About the Author:

Stefano Ceri is a Professor of Database Systems and project manager for the Esprit project, IDEA, at the Politecnico di Milano. His research interests include data distribution, deductive and active rules and object-orientation. He is a member of the VLDB and EDBT Endowments and has contributed to various international journals and conference proceedings as an author and on the editorial board.

Piero Fraternali is a researcher at the Politecnico di Milano and a consultant on information systems development projects. He has served on the Program Committees of VLDB95 and Sigmod97 and his research activities centre on the areas of advanced database technology, CASE systems and inter- and intra-net information systems.



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